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Weather To-day OCCASIONAL RAIN ; RATHER COLD GENERAL INFERENCE.—A depression centred off North-west Ireland is moving south-east, and secondary trough

Weather To-day OCCASIONAL RAIN ; RATHER COLD GENERAL INFERENCE.—A depression centred off North-west Ireland is moving south-east, and secondary trough

over England and France is moving east slowly. There will be occasional rain, especially in eastern districts. Further outlook: Probably colder, with easterly winds. N.E. and E. ENGLAND, S.E. SCOTLAND. —Fresh or strong south-easterly cloudy, occasional rain; moderate or rather l
15 November 1933 - Hull Daily Mail - Hull, Yorkshire, England
 
THE LATE DR. W. R. HAUWEN

THE LATE DR. W. R. HAUWEN

minded, he could have been elected member lor the city to carry forward his campaigns on the Parliamentary stage. The Doctor, however, moved very much within the limitations his own particular interest*, and it may be said that he had little liking to entangle his prime endeavou
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
COMRADES IN PEACE

COMRADES IN PEACE

* ARMISTICE DINNER AT NEWENT The annual Armistice dinner for men and members of the Newent Comrader Club was presided over by Mr. \Y. 11. Mock ford (President). Others attending were: Rev. C. J. K. Bur* nell (vice-president), Lt.-Col. T. \V. Parkitw son, D.8.0., Captain Keith Jo
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
WEATHER RECORD BROKEN

WEATHER RECORD BROKEN

BEST SUNSHINE FIGURE THIS CENTURY Another weather record was added to the already long list for 1933 yesterday, when the year's sunshine figure Kew Observatory )>nssed the previous best total for any year during the present century. Yesterday's 6.2 hours sunshine at Kew brought
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
10/- STAKE WINS £985

10/- STAKE WINS £985

IV/" Ono lucky backer at Leicester rare- vi>t| day received odds of 1,970 to 1, ami > for his 10/-. Ho was the only person one!- :• 1 Gold and Ballingham Lady, the lie" won the toto double races. , record win over the tote set at New bur* last month, when « man drew £1,606 for h
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
BRITAIN FORCED TO ALTER NAVAL PLANS

BRITAIN FORCED TO ALTER NAVAL PLANS

-RUISERS OF A NEW TYPE - | DILEMMA" announcement made in the ,TL, laft night that Britain has rei«j33 naval programme, •, Monsell, First Lord of the Bir slated that, "after most anxious tdmi™ '- '• ' . ;th muc h regret," two new Type, about 9,000 ton. increased armament and a sm
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE FUTURE LORD GORELL'S VIEW

WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE FUTURE LORD GORELL'S VIEW

CHELTENHAM LECTURE of the future were envisaged by Lord Gorell in a municipal lecture at the Town Hall, Cheltenham, last night. " The working woman of the future will relieved of much of the drudgery she endures to-day, for the present wasteful means of cooking separate houses w
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
A COTTON CO.'S POSITION

A COTTON CO.'S POSITION

directors the Fine Cotton Spinners* and Doub er* Association. I.td.. have decided send letter their stockholders regretting to ! nfor,n hpm ,at owing the difficult trading conditions for practically the whole of the half-year ended September 30. ie> find that they arc unable to
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
BRITISH STEAMER IN DIFFICULTIES

BRITISH STEAMER IN DIFFICULTIES

? raw troni Vakntia wireless Ito-»la y . states that the axilhy requires immediate 'li: i is cargo Hartl.-r, V, K|, °. "< registered West 1I . , e Wahana. Newfound' -I'll: fnr l,c Bristol Channel. i".
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England
 
PROFESSIONALS V. CAMBRIDGE

PROFESSIONALS V. CAMBRIDGE

GOLF J. G. Sherlock took team of professional golfers down to Mildenhall to-day to play the Cambridge University side singles and foursomes. The professionals who conceded three holes in cacli match won the foursomes by three games to one. Percy Alii(Beaconsfiel and A. Perry (Le
15 November 1933 - Gloucester Citizen - Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England